The gaming community has gone too far this time.
When we get a new game we expect it to be there for us and comfort us through the experience from start to end, but unfortunately this is not always the case.
Take a trip into these worlds and escape the rush of the day.
Nvidia has unveiled its first ever mod for a PC game.
The Creation Kit Update (“the mod update”) for the Playstation 4 version of Fallout 4 has been delayed indefinitely.
Head of Bethesda, Todd Howard has confirmed that the company is working on The Elder Scrolls VI.
Drama is brewing over several Xbox One mods which appear to be “stolen”.
Gamers should never be bored!
This is when you can expect Fallout 4 mods on consoles.
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The BAFTA Game Awards 2016 included some of the best hits from the last year – check out the full list of prize winners.
The Far Harbor DLC for Fallout 4 is the biggest add-on Bethesda has ever created.
Fallout 4’s Survival Mode will launch on Steam beta next week.
Bethesda has released an official trailer for Fallout 4’s Automatron DLC along with a release date.
Fallout 4’s updates are slowly fixing the many issues we’ve had with the game since launch, and now, Fallout 4’s latest patch has add-on support.
In exchange for beta testing Fallout 4’s upcoming DLC, a first for Bethesda, you’ll be allowed to keep it, free of charge.
We’ve talked about it before, ranted and raved is more like it, but Bethesda is once again selling Fallout 4 DLC without telling us what that DLC actually entails.
Fallout 4’s season pass seriously annoyed us – its undisclosed DLC, a worrying indictment of things to come, but we love the game too much not to be curious.
Refunds are common practice in the gaming industry, but refunds most often deal with a singular product. It becomes a little trickier when it’s a collector’s edition.
Would a vacation taken in a video game – vacationing being an inherent form of escapism in itself – not take that one step further?